QA:Testcase KDE4 Accessibility

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# Navigate "System Settings" - "Desktop Effects" - "All Effects" and try all effects in "Accessibility" section. Use shortkeys to enable/disable effects.
 
# Navigate "System Settings" - "Desktop Effects" - "All Effects" and try all effects in "Accessibility" section. Use shortkeys to enable/disable effects.
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# Run "Orca" application and using screen reader try to navigate in various KDE applications by mouse and keyboard. Read block of text using "+" key.
 
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# All accessibility "effects" should work as in their descriptions. You can configure shortkeys and enable/disable effects with them.
 
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# Orca should read navigation buttons when using mouse and keyboard. Orca should read block of text like websites and documents.
 
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Revision as of 16:52, 14 November 2012

Contents

Description

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Even if you don't need to use accessibility technologies. Please find some time to test it for users who depends on these functionality.

Setup

How to test

  1. Navigate "System Settings" - "Desktop Effects" - "All Effects" and try all effects in "Accessibility" section. Use shortkeys to enable/disable effects.
  2. Run "Orca" application and using screen reader try to navigate in various KDE applications by mouse and keyboard. Read block of text using "+" key.

Expected Results

  1. All accessibility "effects" should work as in their descriptions. You can configure shortkeys and enable/disable effects with them.
  2. Orca should read navigation buttons when using mouse and keyboard. Orca should read block of text like websites and documents.